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nursing student michelle le when he sentenced her to life in prison today. as cbs 5 reporter ann notarangelo shows us that the harsh words didn't stop there. >> maybe she'll never feel remorse, i can't say that, but if she did, at least she's somewhat of a human being. >> reporter: michelle le's family wanted to stand in front of her killer and tell her how she changed their lives. >> i just want everyone to know how beautiful and how incredible that michelle was and how much she has impacted my entire family. >> reporter: michelle le disappeared from kaiser permanente. it's not clear how she died. esteban admitted that her client killed the 26-year-old, but said it was voluntary manslaughter because she acted in the heat of passion. they were high school friends in san diego, but esteban believes that her former classmate was involved with her ex-boyfriend and father of the oldest child. >> by committing the crime she did, she only revealed her own ugliness and michelle's beauty. >> reporter: the judge sentenced the 28-year-old mother of two to 25 years to life in prison for the
of their lives. michelle miller has their story. >> reporter: the news that the six 7-year-olds had been shot multiple times devastated a community. >> just babies. they're just babies. they shouldn't be taken away from their mothers and their fathers. >> reporter: the children who survived were protected by their teachers. janet gathered her kindergartners in one corner. >> they sounded like gunshots. >> reporter: 18 years of teaching experience kicked in. >> we all got away from the windows. pulled down the blinds. covered the windows. locked the classroom door. it the children started to say i'm scared. i said we're going to be okay. i think maybe somebody is up on the roof making noises and again trying to divert their attention. >> reporter: finally police told them it was safe to leave. >> they said have everybody hold hands. come down the hallway. cover their eyes. so we did. as i'm going by the hallway, i saw blood on the floor. so i know that things aren't good. i don't know whether any of them saw that. we kept going, kept moving. >> reporter: vicki soto also taught kindergarten. >>
. michelle. students say she routinely carries a roll of tape around that she sometimes puts on students' mouths. that day, she taped three students. >> i was angry. >> i was sad. >> reporter: torres claims this was not the first time faculty crossed the line at antioch charter academy. another teacher admitted to placing a chair over armando's body and sitting on it to keep him from moving. >> so she was stuck under the chair. >> reporter: we contacted the principle. she met with us offcamera and says this is a personnel matter being investigated. >> reporter: the family says that is armando's teacher apologize. they made the recording days after the incident happened. but so far, she has not been punished. >> she's still working there. >> reporter: torres is homeschooling her children until antioch academy takes action. as much as they miss the school, they worry about seeing her again. >> i feel scared that they tape me again. toll plaza was supposed >>> the man who gunned down his ex-girlfriend and her friend at a richmond bridge toll plaza was supposed to be sentenced to death tod
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